CHAPTER 2 - CHAPTER 2 1. The doctrine of judicial review...

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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER 2 1. The doctrine of judicial review allows: **The judiciary to decide whether laws or actions of the other branches of government are constitutional 2. The Supreme Court case that established the principal of judicial review was: **Marbury V. Madison 3. Before a court may hear a case, it must have jurisdiction **Over the person against whom the case is brought or the property at issue and subject matter involved in the case 4. A long-arm statute allows a court to: **Exercise jurisdiction over a nonresident defendant who has minimum contracts with the state in which the court is located. 5. If the Greffen Corporation, headquartered in New York, sells its wonderful shampoos in Nebraska, Greffen may be sued in a Nebraska court if the state has **A long-arm statute 6. If a court has in rem jurisdiction, it has: **Jurisdiction over the property at issue in the lawsuit. 7. Courts may have either general or ___ Jurisdiction **Limited 8. Normally, any court that has original jurisdiction is known as:...
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